AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The International Criminal Court on Monday unsealed an arrest warrant for the former head of Libya's Internal Security Agency, saying he was suspected of war crimes and crimes against humanity for his role in repressing opposition to former ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
The International Criminal Court has unsealed an arrest warrant issued four years ago for the former head of Libya's Internal Security Agency for torture and other crimes committed during the … Click to Continue »
As bad as dictator Muammar Gaddafi was the new radical leaders in Libya are even worse. At one time there were 0ver 100,000 Christians living openly in Libya now only a few thousand remain mostly in hiding. From Breitbart News: While Christians generally enjoyed freedom from heavy discrimination and a decent level of liberty to […]
Compromise is brokered between presidents of house of representatives and state council after years of fighting Rome has brokered a diplomatic breakthrough in Libya that has the potential to bring the two main warring sides together in a new political agreement after years of division, fighting and economic misery. Show More Summary
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The end is nigh for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. To be sure, ISIS affiliates in Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan, and elsewhere will remain dangerous. And its fighters and sympathizers will continue to launch terror attacks in Europe and the United States for years to come. Show More Summary
Charity boats rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean are colluding with traffickers in Libya, an Italian prosecutor was quoted as saying Sunday, stirring up a simmering row over aid groups' role in Europe's migrant crisis. In an interview...Show More Summary
Human slaves are now being sold in Libya, after NATO regime change. The pundits who backed it now have their sights on Syria. Pundits across the U.S. are amplifying the calls for further military intervention in Syria, as the Trump administration indicates regime change may be back on the agenda. Show More Summary
The catastrophe at the compound in Benghazi, Libya has been well documented – books, movies, etc. Needless to say, there aren’t too many Americans who aren’t familiar with attack that
The Economist: “For all his eccentricities, Mr Kim is behaving rationally. He watched Muammar Qadaffi of Libya give up his nuclear program in return for better relations with the West—and end up dead. He sees his nuclear arsenal as a [...]
The route between Libya and the southern shores of Italy continues to be a death trap for migrants and refugees attempting to reach Europe in rickety boats. And of the 898 deaths recorded in the central Mediterranean so far this year, at least 150 were children, UNICEF said in a press release Friday. Show More Summary
President says US has no role in embattled country as Italian diplomats watch Russia’s involvement with concern Donald Trump’s declaration that the US had “no role” in Libya has raised doubts about whether a political compromise canShow More Summary
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Thursday he does not see a role for the United States in Libya apart from defeating Islamic State militants.
Paolo Gentiloni's visit to Washington provides an opportunity for Donald Trump to heed an ally's advice.
Slavery only matters when we're talking about America a century and a half ago. The post Libya Revives Horrific Slave Trade as International Community Largely Remains Silent appeared first on RedState.
New revelations about slave markets in Libya are just the latest in a string of horrors in the troubled state.
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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libyan fishermen found the bodies of 28 illegal migrants who appeared to have died of thirst and hunger after their boat broke down off the coast of Sabratha city, a ministry of interior official said on Tuesday.